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Infographic: How Our Cities Are Shaping Us

Infographic: How Our Cities Are Shaping Us | JOIN SCOOP.IT AND FOLLOW ME ON SCOOP.IT | Scoop.it

Architects and city planners are becoming more and more familiar with the health effects of our built environment.  This to-the-point infographic, designed by Chris Yoon, cites a few ways in which mid-20th century city planning trends have contributed to a growing obesity problem in the United States.  This data has alarmed scientists, planners and city officials into stressing the importance of redesigning the physical spaces so as to encourage physical activity and healthy choices.



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The Real Beauty of Forests - An Infographic from the National Forest Foundation

The Real Beauty of Forests - An Infographic from the National Forest Foundation | JOIN SCOOP.IT AND FOLLOW ME ON SCOOP.IT | Scoop.it

The truth about why forests are crucial for the environment.


It's easy to forget all the amazing things forests do for us. Take a few minutes to discover why the trees in America's National Forests play such an important role in our world.

Visit NationalForests.org to learn more.


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Top 6 Cities Leading The Green Building Revolution | Infographic

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Find our which cities are leading the green building revolution--what's working and what they could do better.

Most people agree that green building makes sense–environmentally and financially, and we’re now designing buildings with materials and technologies that conserve energy automatically.


This infographic compares the efforts of six leading cities–New York, Vancouver, Copenhagen, London, Amsterdam and Stockholm–providing a bird’s eye view of  how cities are embracing the green revolution in the race to drastically reduce global CO2 emissions.


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